MEDIA ADVISORY: Combatting online hate

May 8, 2019
Cardus

Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, Director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute (CRFI), is scheduled to appear before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights on Thursday, May 9, 2019. The committee is studying how to combat the spread of online hatred. Rev. Dr. Bennett's testimony will draw on his personal expertise as director of the CRFI and his deep knowledge of religious discrimination issues in Canada and around the world. He will be available to the media following his committee appearance.

Who:    Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, Director – Cardus Religious Freedom Institute

What:   Appearance before House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights

When:  Thursday, May 9, 2019 from 9:45 to 10:45am ET

Where: Room 325, Wellington Building, 197 Sparks Street

Why:     To deliver expert testimony on combating the spread of online hatred

MEDIA INQUIRIES

Daniel Proussalidis
 Cardus - Director of Communications
 613.241.4500 x.508
 dproussalidis@cardus.ca

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About the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute

The CRFI researches Canadian religious freedom issues in order to educate Canadians and to strengthen the national network of religious freedom advocates. Central to the Institute’s work is the understanding that religious freedom is the fundamental right of all people, their communities, and their institutions to live out their most deeply held beliefs in both public and private contexts without interference from the state or other authorities. To learn more, visit the Cardus website.

ABOUT CARDUS

Cardus is a non-partisan, not-for-profit public policy think tank focused on the following areas: education, family, work & economics, social cities, end-of-life care, and religious freedom. It conducts independent and original research, produces several periodicals, and regularly stages events with Senior Fellows and interested constituents across Canada and the U.S.